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Hypericum - a code of practice https://hypericum.obsidiancoast.art/working-group.php Obsidian coast is a curatorial organisation / residency space etc. They have launched a really great initiative recently called Hypericum - a code of practice. The project is "a research project developing a collectively produced, ever-evolving code of practice for feminist, antiracist, anticolonial and environmentally sustainable arts organising". I think there will be public workshops throughout the programme, and the working group will publish some outcomes. In general it seems like a really nicely structured project - check it out on the link below!
The Journals of Aesthetics & Protest http://joaap.org/press/trainingforexploitation.htm This was mentioned in a really great talk/workshop I attended on alt. art education! Lots of information on here so have a read.
TOMA open crits https://www.toma-art.com/opencrits TOMA (The Other MA) is a really great alt. education organisation in southend on sea and they host open crits online, email Emma on toma@metalculture.com to secure a space!
Disabled People Against Cuts https://dpac.uk.net DPAC was formed by a group of disabled people after the first mass protest against the austerity cuts and their impact on disabled people in 2010. The website has a listing of local DPAC groups to connect with.
Social Model of Disability https://www.shapearts.org.uk/news/social-model-of-disability-easy-read The Social Model of Disability holds that a person isn’t 'disabled' because of their impairment, health condition, or the ways in which they may differ from what is commonly considered the medical 'norm'; rather it is the physical and attitudinal barriers in society – prejudice, lack of access adjustments and systemic exclusion – that disable people.
Shape Arts Resources for Organisations to work better with Artists with disabilities https://www.shapearts.org.uk/Pages/News/Category/resources Some resources compiled by Shape Arts to help improve organisations understanding of and confidence in working with disabled people, and to aid in making organisations more diverse, accessible and inclusive.
Shape Arts Resources for Artists with disabilities https://www.shapearts.org.uk/Pages/FAQs/Category/developing-your-career "Getting into the arts and creative industries can be tough, so we've put together a short series of links to organisations, opportunities and advice to help you on your way."
Flatness.eu https://flatness.eu flatness.eu presents moving image works, develops research and writing around ‘Flatness: Cinema after the Internet’ and is curated by Shama Khanna. It hosts many curatorial residencies and opportunities for showing works online.